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Liv Reilly


'We are here': First Nations Graduate Circle hosts land acknowledgement rally

UNC's First Nations Graduate Circle hosted a rally in The Gift on Wednesday, encouraging all students and staff to learn about UNC’s prospective land acknowledgment.  “This was built on stolen lands from brown people, and built on the backs of enslaved Black people,” said Lydia Ruth Mansfield, historian for the Carolina Indian Circle and member of the Lumbee tribe. “It is so important that we acknowledge that history and not shy away from it.” 

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The UNC Latina/o Studies Program (LSP) held a virtual undergraduate symposium on Nov. 8. At the symposium, students and faculty discussed the exploration of art and its relation to history, politics and identity.

Students share research, perspectives on Latinx art at undergraduate symposium

The symposiums are part of an ongoing series that relate to historical and current events happening in Latinx communities and around the world.  “We intentionally create unique symposiums, and the symposiums are really intended to help our campus and broader community expand their conceptions of what defines Latinx people, their experiences, values and cultural and intellectual productions,” said Geovani Ramírez, a postdoctoral teaching assistant professor who moderated the symposium. 

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